E Norton and Co crock with cobalt blue design Bennnington VT 1 1/2 gallon. Some missing areas to the cobalt glaze. C1883-1894
Stoneware 2 gallon jug made by Nichols and Boynton, Burlington, VT. This is the stamp of Nichols and Boynton from 1854 to 1855 (William Ketchum, Jr., American Stoneware, p. 45). Good condition with a star imperfection shown in one of the detail images. Height 14 inches.
American 18th century country kitchen chopper. Hand wrought iron with wooden handle.
Early 18th century American wrought iron hearth shovel. Old repairs, double rat tail top. Early shovels are very hard to come by. This one was probably used in the fireplace of a large tavern. Measures 52.25" long and 9.5" wide.
Charming early American pine footstool in red wash, finger hole, bootjack ends and scalloped skirt, circa 1800. Untouched condition. Measures 13.5" L x 7" W x 7" H.